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English Learning Innovation
ISSN : 2723400     EISSN : 27237419     DOI : https://doi.org/10.22219/englie
English Learning Innovation (englie) is a refereed publication devoted to research articles concerned with the teaching and learning of English. It also publishes multi-disciplinary research and critical review of issues on applied linguistics, English language teaching and English literature in the context of English as a Foreign Language (EFL). This journal particularly highlights such themes as: 1. ELT in EFL and ESL context. 2. Curriculum and Material Development in ELT. 3. Language Assessment. 4. Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL). 5. International and Intercultural Communication. 6. English for Young Learners (EYL).
Articles 24 Documents
The Use of Picture Cards as Teaching Media to Improve Speaking Ability of Eleventh Graders: A Classroom Action Research Ambarwati, Rizki; Hayati, Nur
English Learning Innovation Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): August 2020
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English has been well-known as the global language since the last three decades. English is not only as a mean of international communication but as a tool to gain and exchange information as well. Therefore, English becomes the language taught the most in school. Learning language cannot be separated from language skills. Mastering 4 skills of language is important to be acknowledge as Language master. However, many students have difficulties in mastering the language skills, speaking especially. This condition may occur because of different reasons. The result of preliminary study showed that the students of XI MIPA 5 at SMA Negeri 4 Malang had lower score in speaking compared to other language skills. It was because they got difficulty in developing idea of what to say which then made them having no confidence in speaking. Moreover, they were also afraid of making mistake. Therefore, this Action Research was employed as the research design to improve the students’ ability in speaking. The subjects of this study were students of XI MIPA 5 science class which consists of 33 students. The research findings showed that the use of picture cards has progressively improved the students’ speaking ability proven by the improvement of their speaking score. There were 87.87% students could improve their score by at least 5 points. Using picture cards as teaching media helped the students to have a betterment of speaking skill. The result of the observation checklist and field note showed that using picture cards media in teaching cause and effect made students easier in understanding the material which then it helps them easier in doing the speaking performance.
Using Picture Series to Improve the Students’ Ability in Speaking Narrative Text Aprilia, Deena Dwi; Andreani, Sri
English Learning Innovation Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): August 2020
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The research aimed at the use of picture series to improve the students’ speaking ability of tenth graders in narrative text. In accordance with the findings of preliminary study which showed that the students’ speaking performance was low, the researcher chose speaking as the focus skill to be improved. The skill was chosen because the students faced many difficulties to perform this skill, such as the lack of vocabulary, the coherence in speaking, and the difficulty to express the ideas. The study applied a classroom action research that was conducted in two cycles consisting of five meetings. The subject of this research was 34 tenth grade students of SMAN 4 Malang. The findings of the research revealed that using picture series improved the students’ speaking score in some aspects of speaking skills, comprising fluency, pronunciation, content, and coherence. Besides, it could make the student eager to be involved in the teaching and learning process.
Exploring the English Needs of Mechanical Engineering Students in ESP Class: Indonesian University Context Akmal, Angga Nafis; Hidayati, Nur; Farah, Rafika Rabba
English Learning Innovation Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): August 2020
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English for Specific Purposes in tertiary level puts its importance to Need Analysis (NA) process for syllabus design. This present research is concerned with designing ESP syllabus for Mechanical Engineering students in tertiary level through need analysis. The research aims to identify the immediate needs of the Mechanical Engineering students and design appropriated syllabus based on students’ needs using Target Situation Analysis (TSA) and Present Situation Analysis (PSA). In order to achieve the research’s objectives, a questionnaire was administered to a total 50 respondents. The finding of the research shows that among 4 basic English skills, listening skill emerged as the most important skill that students’ really need, followed by speaking, reading, and writing. Thus, this research suggests that ESP teachers should design more varied activities on listening course that students will have the competence to apply the skills later in future life context.
Improving the Students’ Writing Skills by Using Track Changes in Paired Writing Correction Rahmayanti, Putri; Oka, I Gede; Putra, I Nyoman Adi Jaya
English Learning Innovation Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): August 2020
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Researchers made observations during the writing class. There were several writing problems faced by students, including: spelling errors in writing a few words, difficulty in compiling ideas, grammatical errors, incorrect punctuation, and inaccurate diction used. The researcher then found a solution to that problem by using the track changes feature in the pair correction activity. Track changes was useful for correcting students' writing in the editing phase not only making corrections, students also worked together in groups in pairs to produce better writing. The study used a classroom action research that aimed to describe the implementation of the use of track changes in pair correction activities and to find out whether the strategy could improve students' writing skills. The subjects of this study were students in class XI IPA 1 with a total of 32 students. The procedures in this study included planning, action, observation, and reflection. Researchers collected data through pre-test, post-test, questionnaire, and interview. The researcher used two cycles in this research. The results of the pre-test action showed that the average grade of the class was 67, after implementing the strategy, the average class in the first post test was 79 and in the second post-test it was 81. Based on these results, the use of track changes in writing correction in pairs could improve students' writing skills. The data were also supported by the results of questionnaires and interviews obtained that track changes helped students in learning to write.
Identifying EFL Learners’ Uptakes in Response to Corrective Feedback Rahayu, Eka Listianing
English Learning Innovation Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): August 2020
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Corrective feedback is often intended to draw learners' attention to repair linguistic forms when performing communicative activities. While researchers argue that feedback plays a role in L2 development, some teachers doubt what type of feedback is suitable for certain errors. Another issue is whether or not the given feedback is incorporated or responded by the learners. This current study focuses on two corrective feedback, namely recast and elicitation. It aims to identify which feedback elicits more uptakes from the learners. Besides, since uptakes may come in different forms, the study investigates the types of uptakes generated by learners in response to the given feedback. By involving EFL learners in a communicative task and analysing the feedback and uptake that appeared during the task, it was found that recast has elicited more uptake than elicitation. The uptake yielded includes repetition, acknowledgment, and incorporation, with repetition showing the highest frequency.
The Violation of Cooperative Principle in Conversational of Presidential Debate Indonesia 2019 Rosyidah, Rossy Halimatun
English Learning Innovation Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): August 2020
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Politician will use various style of political languages to influence and convince people to achieve a victory in campaign. Indonesia has conducted debate as a form of campaign in the presidential election. Therefore, violating the cooperative principle in political language often occurs. The researcher conducts this research to know how does the President and Vice President candidates violate cooperative principle, especially in quality and relevance maxim, to know what is the function of the violation, and to know what is the meaning of violation. The method of this research is descriptive qualitative. The subject of this research is the dialogue of President and Vice President candidate in debate. The object of this research is violation of maxim quality and relevance. The instrument of this research is the table indicator. The data obtained from the utterances of President and Vice President candidate. the researcher analyzed the data by using literature study, document study, and content analysis. Then, the validity of data used triangulation method. The result of this study is the President and Vice President candidate number 01 violated maxim relevance and maxim quality. The function of violation are; commisive and assertive. The meaning of the utterances is promising and giving an opinion. Then, the candidate number 02 violated maxim quality with assertive function. The meaning of the utterances is boasting.
Improving the Students’ Motivation in Learning English through Google Meet during the Online Learning Putra, Rizal Wahid Permana
English Learning Innovation Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): February 2021
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The increase number of Covid-19 outbreak has profoundly changed our education system. This condition has led the teachers to alter the face-to-face learning into online learning. Online learning emphasizes on the internet-based courses synchronously and asynchronously. Besides its technical problems, conducting online learning was said to be monotonous since the teachers preferred doing online tasking to providing effective learning experience. Further, this condition led to low students’ motivation in learning English. In other words, the students might be in boredom to participate and engage in the teaching- learning process owing to the monotonous learning. Most students were said to be late or even reluctant to complete the assignments. Therefore, the researcher conducted the Classroom Action Research dealing with the use of Google meet to improve the students’ motivation in learning English during the online learning. The research subject was the 7th grade students of SMP Negeri Satu Atap Jarit. The research was conducted in two cycles. In cycle I, it showed that there was an increase of students’ motivation in learning English. The increase of students’ motivation was 61, 8%. Meanwhile, in cycle II, the researcher found that the Google meet significantly improved the students’ motivation in learning English. The increase of students’ motivation was 79, 4%. The result showed that the students actively participate and engage in the teaching-learning process. The students were very enthusiastic to respond and answer the some questions, and share their ideas related to the topic of the meeting. In addition, the increase of students’ motivation influence the students to compose sentences correctly related to the given assignments. Based on the result of data analysis, the researcher drew a conclusion that the use of Google meet significantly improved the students’ motivation in learning English during the online learning.Keywords: Google meet, Learning English, Students’ Motivation
Postmodernism Creates Innovative English Teaching Learning by Utilizing ICT Rahmawati, Yustin Dwi
English Learning Innovation Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): February 2021
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Through comprehensive literature review and an examination of both Postmodernism and ICT, it is proposed that the influences of ICT have acted and continued to act to promote Postmodernism. The development of ICT is utilized by education field for teaching learning process. Many teachers and students utilize the existing of ICT as model of teaching and learning especially English. This study discussed about teachers’ belief and students’ belief in using ICT to have innovative English teaching learning. Qualitative descriptive was used in this study. The data was collected by conducting the interview. The participants were five English teachers and five students that chose randomly. The result showed that both teachers’ and students’ belief in using ICT is to make English teaching learning easier, more interesting, and effective. Keywords:Postmodernism,ICT, teachers’ belief, students’ belief
Flipped Learning Instruction and Pragmatic Competence: A Case of English for Accounting Students Nugroho, Arif; Fitriati, Rahima
English Learning Innovation Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): February 2021
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Twenty-first century English language teaching is the witness of advanced Information and Communication Technology (ICT). Integrating digital technologies in English teaching activities is a prerequisite to enhance learning efficacy and achieve the goal of English communicative competence. Hence, this study examines the impact of flipped learning instruction on pragmatic competence of a group of English for specific purposes students’, i.e. English for Accounting. This pre-experimental study was conducted in ten meetings by involving 36 English for Accounting students of a public university in Surakarta Indonesia as the participants. Drawing on a Discourse Completion Test (DCT) and Focus Group Discussion (FGD), the results portrayed that there was a significant difference between the results of pre-test and post-test on DCT, meaning that the students’ pragmatic competence significantly improved after participating in the flipped learning instruction. An FGD was further conducted to reveal the students’ attitudes about the practice of flipped learning and the results indicated that they positively perceived the implementation of the teaching model in English for Accounting class. These results contribute to offering fruitful insights for teachers and future researchers about the practice of flipped learning instruction in English language teaching, particularly in the context of English for specific purposes.  Keywords: English for Accounting, Flipped Learning, Pragmatic Competence
Classroom Strategies through Translanguaging for Multilingualism Students Nursanti, Rachmi Retno
English Learning Innovation Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): February 2021
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This research aims to discover translanguaging strategy in the process of teaching English material to multilingualism students. Due to the Indonesian country is a multicultural, the children got their mother tongue is a local language, not Bahasa Indonesia as the national ones. The Indonesian students acquire two languages n their daily life; local language and Bahasa Indonesia. Therefore, the role of English teacher is to explain English materials using English as the target language, local language and Bahasa Indonesia to increase students’ comprehension. This research used qualitative research with grounded theory design. In collecting the data, the researcher used interview technique to discover further information. In this research, the use of L1 was mostly used in the classroom rather than L2. The students could understand the material because the teachers’ effort to translate the language from Bahasa Indonesia to English and vice versa. This phenomenon was challenging because of the lack of students’ confidence to practice English. However, translanguaging decreased students’ anxiety in the class because they could understand English well by using two languages; Bahasa Indonesia and English. the findings are easy to be implemented by the following teachers in teaching multilingualism students for non-English speaking country, because translanguaging facilitates students and teachers to learn English using affordable way.

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